Jon Cruddas MP has urged MPs from all parties to back Labour’s attempt to scrap the Bedroom Tax by Christmas. Labour has forced a debate and vote in parliament taking place today (Wednesday 17th December) on the Bedroom Tax.

Jon Cruddas MP is in full support of the vote and will be present at the House today to cast his vote.

Changing Britain Together

The Labour Party has recently released a pre-manifesto policy document, and is calling for Labour Party supporters, members and activists to contribute via the website on five key subjects.

You can contribute to the discussion 'Changing Britain Together' here: http://www.labour.org.uk/pages/changing-britain-together 

You can read the pre-manifesto policy document by clicking HERE 

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Today Jon Cruddas delivered a speech to the Institute of Government titled: Building a Digital State for Innovation and Democracy. The full transcript of Jon's speech can be found by clicking HERE

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People feel shut out of government and shut out of politics. Those who make decisions on behalf of others are too often unaccountable. Jon Cruddas MP is currently coordinating Labour’s policy review which hopes to change how our country is governed.

To find out what that really means follow this link: One Nation: Labour’s Political Renewal

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The ‘Bedroom Tax’ is a policy which Jon Cruddas MP, along with his fellow Labour MPs, has been in strong opposition to since its introduction back in 2013. Since then Jon has been campaigning against the socially damaging policy across Dagenham and Rainham in the hope of highlighting its unjust impact on the local area.

Following the recent local elections in Barking and Dagenham Jon Cruddas MP had this to say:

Jon Cruddas delivered a speech to the Acevo Conference today 07.05.2014

The full transcript of the speech entitled: Power and Belonging can be read by clicking here:

Power and Belonging - Jon Cruddas MP

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Follow this link for the full text of Jon's speech at the New Local Government Network's annual conference: Power and One nation

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Up to 7,756 of over-75s in Dagenham and Rainham could save as much as £200 off their energy bills under new proposals announced by Labour. The plans would mean that energy companies are required to put all over 75s on the cheapest tariff for their electricity and gas.

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